Rickenbacker Guitars – Out of the Frying Pan Into the Fireglo

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• 336 colour pages

• Bound in a sturdy double layer laminated, color, French flap style cover.

• Containing over 350 beautifully photographed Rickenbacker instruments

• All 7 surviving Beatle’s Rickenbackers have been shot especially for the book

• Plus guitars owned by Tom Petty, Roger McGuinn, Johnny Marr, Paul Weller and Mani Mounfield

• The authors were given unprecedented access to the Rickenbacker archives so readers can expect a wealth of previously unseen historical photographs and company literature. Extensive interviews with company CEO John Hall also shed new light on the Rickenbacker’s fascinating story.

• The book chronicles George Beauchamp’s invention of the electric guitar in 1931 and the pioneering lap steels, electro-acoustics and band instruments produced by Adolph Rickenbacher’s company between 1932-1953.

• It explores in detail every model produced during the F.C. Hall era 1954-1984 and covers John Hall’s important take over and the re-invention of the company during the 1980s up to the present day.

• The key Rickenbacker players are all included with chapters focusing specifically on John Lennon, George Harrison and Paul McCartney plus endorsees as diverse as Lemmy, Tom Petty, John Fogerty and Chris Squire. Brand new interviews with Roger McGuinn, Peter Buck, Susanna Hoffs, Johnny Marr, Mike Campbell, Geddy Lee, and Paul Weller offer further insight into the Rickenbacker brand.

• The book also contains the most detailed and comprehensive information on dating Rickenbacker instruments published to date.

‘Rickenbacker Guitars – Out of the Frying Pan Into the Fireglo’ is the highly anticipated follow up to Martin and Paul Kelly’s ‘Fender The Golden Age – 1946-1970’. Over 336 pages the book covers the history of one of the wolds most iconic guitar brands from their invention of the electric guitar in 1931 through to the present day.

The authors have travelled the world to bring together over 350 original instruments – including all 7 surviving Beatles owned Rickenbackers – photographing them beautifully for an all-encompassing study of this unique marque. New interviews with legendary Rickenbacker players including Roger McGuinn, Peter Buck, Susanna Hoffs, Johnny Marr, Mike Campbell, Geddy Lee, and Paul Weller, make this book the most comprehensive history of the brand to date and a must for all guitar enthusiasts.